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A Song For Bug

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6 Jul 2019 - 21 Aug 2020

A Song For Bug

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Baz Edmondson

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The Benedicts are raising money in memory of Hannah Meiklejohn and to all those that we have lost to cancer

In memory of

Hannah Meiklejohn

21 Aug 1984 - 19 Aug 2016

Cancer seems to affect us all in one way or another these days. Everybody seems to have a story of their own in how the disease has marked their lives, whether that be in battling the disease themselves or in witnessing another face it. Though I am so far fortunate to have avoided such a diagnosis personally, cancer has still had a large role in my life regardless. My cousin Hannah, known mostly as ‘Bug’ to her family and friends, passed away on 19th August 2016 after a courageous battle with bowel cancer, just two days short of her thirty-second birthday. Bug organised her own funeral and everyone who attended left with a goody bag and a note. In that note, Bug asked that we all continue to raise money for CANCER RESEARCH so that fewer families would endure the pain and suffering for everyone concerned. The Benedicts would like to help honour her wish. Before she left us, Bug feared that she'd be forgotten. her memory lives on in all of those that knew and loved her

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